The switch is in a state called a boot-n-crash loop. In this state, the switch boots up, encounters a problem, creates a crashlog info file/subdirectory, reboots and repeats the cycle. Now somewhere during the process, the issue was "rectified" but the flash memory is full and the switch couldn't write any updates of the crashlog so it crashes once more.
What you need to do is to power off the switch for about 10-15 seconds. Power it up. If the power comes back up, you need to delete the crashinfo subdirectory (command: delete /f /r flash:).
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I tried to check the issue and i can see that the switch is reloading while it is running. i decoded the tracebacks for you and found 4 bugs whic are hitting the image which you are using. I cannot share the bug id's with you as they are internal and confidential to Cisco.
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